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President Fawcett Named to Cabinet of Canadians

Former Ambassador Dr. Andrew Bennett, Chair of the Cabinet of Canadians, recently announced the names of “40 distinguished individuals who will help affirm the central role faith has played in Canada’s history and continues to play today”.  Dr. Fawcett joins leaders from a variety of faith traditions including retired World Vision CEO David Toycen, former […]

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Crandall welcomes new Sociology Professor

Crandall University welcomes a new Sociology professor, Adam Stewart, to its faculty. Dr. Stewart is originally from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, but comes to Crandall from Ontario where he has lived for the past seventeen years and taught sociology and religious studies at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. His PhD thesis at the […]

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Women’s Basketball Coach Wins National Music Award

Teah Bailey, Crandall’s Women’s Basketball Coach, has recently received the Gospel Music Association of Canada’s Rap Album of the Year Award in Edmonton, Alberta. Teah, AKA One8Tea, is a Christian Hiphop artist based in Moncton, NB. His album Reverence has also been nominated for the 2017 East Coast Music Awards Gospel Recording of the Year […]

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Sociology Professor Honored with Prestigious Fellowship Award

Dr. Sam Reimer, one of Crandall’s Sociology professors, recently received the Alan Richardson Fellowship Award. This annual award is given to an established scholar by Durham University in England who clearly demonstrates excellence and leadership in research and commentary in their discipline. The purpose of the award is to promote “research into the exposition and […]

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Crandall welcomes Ratio Christi to Campus

Crandall is excited to welcome the Ratio Christi ministry to campus! Ratio Christi is an international campus apologetics ministry whose mission is to equip students, staff, and faculty to defend and share the Christian faith both on and off the university campus. Ratio Christi has an on campus office, and will be hosting weekly club […]

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Crandall launches New Boxing Club

The Crandall Boxing Club is New Brunswick’s most recent addition to Olympic style boxing training in the province. Launched in September 2016, the club – located at Crandall University in Moncton – provides athletes with the opportunity of pursuing a university education while also training and competing in the sport of Olympic style boxing. The […]

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Crandall and Partners Receive Grant to Support New Research Initiative

Stronger Together 2016 has awarded a $20,000 grant to Crandall University. This grant will assist the Center for Community-Based Research support a two-day event that will equip community based researchers on Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) campuses, strengthen the network of researchers, and increase their capacity to do research projects to benefit the Christian community […]

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B.Ed. grad nominated for CDN$1.3M prize

Congratulations to Armand Doucet (B.Ed. ’12), on being selected as one of the 50 finalists, out of a pool of 20,000 nominees from 179 countries, for the Varkey Foundation Global Teaching Prize 2017! The Varkey Foundation Global Teaching Prize, which focuses on teaching excellence for all children, is worth CDN$1.3 million, the largest award of […]

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Christmas at Crandall

Thank you to everyone who joined us on campus today for some cider and cookies!         

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Cross-Country runner receives All-Conference award

Victoria Dempster, a third year Crandall Sociology student, received an athletics award honoring her exceptional 2016 Cross-Country season. This 2016 All-Conference award recognizes outstanding athletes in their sport. Victoria had a very strong season, consistently finishing in the top 2 runners every race. Holland College hosted this year’s 2016 ACAA Cross Country Running Championship in […]

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